Download MRTT (HTA) APPLICATION FORM

MRTT (HTA) IS OFFERING THE FOLLOWING CATHSSETA ACCREDITED TRAINING PROGRAMMES:


QUALIFICATION TYPE

PROGRAMME

DURATION

NQF LEVEL

TUITION (incl Reg fee)

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE

PROFESSIONAL COOKERY

12 MONTHS

NQF LEVEL 4

R9 888.00

SKILLS PROGRAMME

ASSISTANT CHEF

6 MONTHS

NQF LEVEL 2

R 7 238.00

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE

FOOD & BEVERAGE

12 MONTHS

NQF LEVEL 4

R 9 700.00

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE

ACCOMMODATION SERVICES

12 MONTHS

NQF LEVEL 4

R 9 700.00

STEPS TO FOLLOW FOR REGISTRATION:

  1. Complete Form A1: Application Form and attach Documentation required
  1. Completed application form and documentation required, must be handed in at the HTA Academic Department
    (*All documentation is required for registration, no exceptions!) (On receipt of this information you will be invited to write these tests)

What is the required documentation?

CERTIFIED COPIES of the following:

(i) Your ID or Permanent Residence Permit

(ii) ALL your qualifications, Matric Certificates, etc.

(iii) A short CV or Resume (2-3 pages)

(iv) Two (2) x passport size photos in colour

  1. You will be required to come into HTA to write an Admissions Numeracy and Literacy Test and Application Interview. Your selection to the course is based on the score you achieve in these tests.
  2. Pay the R3 500,00 Registration Fee at the Accounts Department, and receive a proof of payment.
    (On successful achievement of the required test scores and shortlisting you will be invited to register)

  1. Take a copy of the proof of payment to the Academic Administrator.
  2. The Academic Administrator will issue you with a (A.2) Letter of Enrolment, confirming your course registration.
(Once all the above steps are concluded, Enrolment will be confirmed)

Note! If you are a minor (under 21 years of age), your parent or guardian will need to complete the required section on the Application Form and/or accompany you. We wish you the best of luck with your Application Process!

A: What is a Skills Programme?

A Skills Programme consists of a unit standard or group of unit standards that is large enough for the outcome to allow for the learner to become employable in a particular skill set.  Skills programmes do not result in a qualification themselves upon completion, but can lead to a part- qualification or RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) opportunities.

B: What is a National Certificate?

A National Certificate consists of unit standards that lead to a Further- or Higher Education and Training Certificate of 120 credits or more in a particular Trade or Industry. This is equal to approximately a year of full-time vocational learning and contributes to employability of a learner within a particular Trade or Industry.

C: Why is my registration taking long?

MRTT is a funded entity, which runs courses on the availability of resources. Sometimes there are not enough learners for a course to start immediately, or the entity is awaiting funding.

D: Do I get a stipend?

MRTT courses in general, DO NOT offer stipends.  Sometimes MRTT is awarded a learnership of skills programme, which is funded by a SETA and only then will a stipend be offered as part of the funding. These and other opportunities, for example "No Fees" courses, are either advertised or recruitment of learners for a special project may be done.

E: When will the course start?

Start dates and duration of courses are dependent on programme availability, credit value of course, learner group size and skill level. MRTT starts courses at the beginning and middle of each year, depending on the number of learners which have applied for a specific course.

F: Will I be placed after the course?

Placement is not always guaranteed and dependant on workplaces which are willing to offer these opportunities. MRTT will try to facilitate placement after successful completion of a course.

G: I am interested in a course, what must I do?

You can hand in the required documentation (as described above) and fill in an application form, at any time. Your information will be kept on file and when courses are due to start, you will be invited to come and apply and write the required tests.

H: What happens with non-payment?

Course fees can be paid monthly.  If you are unable to meet a payment, you should discuss it with the Accounts Department.

Non-payment can result in the unsuccessful completion of your course.

Any further queries can be directed to Academic Tel: 063 647 8526 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.